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Relaxing Contemporary Bathroom by Tim Scott

NKBA's 2012 Design Competition Winner: Small Bathroom - Second Place.

Co-Designer: Erica Westeroth, CKD, NCIDQ and Sheena Hammond

A rounded ceiling, recessed lighting, a long-running and distinctive mirror as well as a built-in bench are some of the elements that create interest. A heated floor eliminated the need for a cumbersome radiator and an integrated sink continues sleek lines that contribute to this handsome space.

Floor tiles continuing up the outside wall of the tub create the illusion of a much larger space, while the partial glass shower enclosure provides a clear view of the window above the bath wall, further opening and enlarging the space. The large mirror above the sink also helps to provide a visually larger area as does the use of a monochromatic color scheme that ties the room together, supplying a bathroom that's refined, relaxing and not as large as it seems with no one the wiser.

Photo By: Larry Arnal/Arnal Photography
Tim Scott
XTC Design Incorporated
39 Marina Avenue
Toronto M8W 1K4
phone (416) 491-9444
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